Knowing Your Way Around a Baby’s Brain

Can a mother-to-be’s stress impact her baby’s future brain development?

Do our brains get more or less active as we get older?

What kind of stimuli do babies need in order to build a strong foundation for learning later in life?

Knowing the answers to these types of questions makes it that much easier to understand and talk about why it’s so important to give babies all the best opportunities in the first three years of their lives.

In The Baby Brain: Ten Myths, the first of our series of free downloadable resources,  we explore some common assumptions and the underlying truths regarding babies’ brain development.  Whether you’re a parent, educator, advocate, activist, or all of the above, you can use this piece as a quick reference in educating yourself and others.


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